Published academic papers
- Networking-Aware IoT Application Development Published in MDPI Sensors, Issue 3 2020.
- Optimally Self-Healing IoT Choreographies Published in ACM Transactions on Internet Technology, Issue 3 2020.
- Dynamic IoT Choreographies. Published in IEEE Pervasive Computing, Issue 1 2019.
- Rule-Based Translation of Application-Level QoS Constraints into SDN Configurations for the IoT Presented at EuCNC 2019.
- Running Distributed and Dynamic IoT Choreographies. Published in Proceedings of "Global IoT Summit 2018" in Bilbao.
- Recipes for IoT Applications. Co-authored with Aparna Saisree Thuluva. Published at "IoT 2017" in Linz.
In progress. The dissertation is called "Dependable IoT Choreographies" and focuses on ways to make industrial and building automation systems more resilient and dependable. I present a number of approaches to reach this goal:
- Task allocation for reduced energy usage
- Efficient failure detection
- Automatic reconfiguration of systems
- Network-aware application development
I'm writing the dissertation at the Networking chair of the Technical University of Munich under Prof. Dr.-Ing. Georg Carle, and was employed at Siemens AG for the first four years of writing.
My master thesis. The aim of the thesis was to provide a high-performance data store for internet-wide TLS certificate scans. Written in Go and using the PostgreSQL database, I was able to ingest large amounts of data into the database in short time, and retrieve information quickly.
Jan Seeger, Dr. Johann Schlamp, Dr. Ralph Holz, Prof. Dr.-Ing. Georg Carle: A Scientific Workbench for Empirical Network Research. TU München, June 2015.
My bachelor thesis. I evaluated the practical feasibility of sybil attacks on the Kad peer-to-peer network. Kad is a distributed hash table protocol that is used for file sharing.
Jan Seeger, Dr. Ralph Holz, Prof. Dr.-Ing. Georg Carle: Eclipse Attacks on Nodes in the Kad Peer-to-Peer Network. TU München, March 2011.
As a research assistant at the TU München, I worked on the Crossbear project, a system for detecting SSL Man-in-the-Middle attacks.
Prior work was sponsored by the Future Internet EU project, where I adapted a Pastry implementation to simulation purposes, and participation in the measrdroid Project. All work was done at Chair VIII at the TU München.
My experiences while studying abroad are described below.